Fans began to wonder whether Japanese singer-songwriter Fujii Kaze’s reposting of SUGA’s most recent profile pictures into his Instagram stories on November 6 was an intentional attempt to hint at anything, such as a forthcoming collaboration between the two.
Fans have also noted that the singer-album songwriter’s cover for his most recent hit, “Shinunoga E-wa,” which is shown below, has a mood that is similar to that of the profile photo he recently uploaded.
Fans believe that SUGA could have been working on a project with a local artist during his earlier absence in Japan in September.
Fans can wait for more confirmation as these are merely rumors at this point. Watch this space for further developments!
BTS’s Suga debuts new curly hairstyle
Suga of BTS shocks followers with a new hairdo on Instagram!
Suga, a member of BTS, revealed his new hairdo in a photo on his Instagram page.
In ƅlack and white images, the K-pop idol may be seen with long, unruly curls. Already, the post has received more than 6 million likes.
At the time of writing, Suga’s true 𝚗ame, “MIN YOONGI,” had received more than 79,500 tweets on Twitter Philippines. The ARMY tweeted their admiration for Suga’s new appearance.
Rapper, songwriter, and record producer Suga is from South Korea. He is the group BTS’s primary rapper.
Suga, Jimin, V, and Jungkook of BTS might release solo albums in the coming year, according to HYBE.
The organization behind BTS, HYBE, has made suggestions about intentions to make solo albums by members Suga, Jimin, V, and Jungkook available at some point in 2019.
Park Ji-won, the CEO of HYBE labels, says this. Park stated during the company’s yesterday (November 3) quarterly earnings conference that the members of the group will be concentrating on solo projects “in consideration of their anticipated military duty.”
“This is a matter that we are executing in close consultation after close consultations with the artists in question,” Park said of the BTS’ members’ plans to release solo projects. “These will be taking place in a consecutive manner.”
Members J-Hope and Jin have, as of this writing, released their respective solo albums, “Jack In The Box” and “The Astronaut.” While details on members Suga, Jimin, V, and Jungkook’s solo projects have not yet been made public at the time of writing, plans for leader RM’s impending solo project have just been confirmed.
Although Park did not provide a timetable for the remaining BTS members’ solo releases on the call, the HYBE representative had suggested that some members will be concentrating on solo projects in 2019.
“In the short term, individual activities for several of the members are planned into the first half of 2023,” Park wrote in a letter addressed to the company’s shareholders, released after BTS announced their plans to serve their mandatory military terms. Details on each member’s plans for the following are expected to be released in the following months.
In other 𝚗ews, BTS has had the most Billboard Нot 100 Number One hits this decade. With six Number One songs on the Нot 100 chart during the last ten years, the septet has the most Number One hits of any artist, according to data from Billboard. The quintet outperformed artists including Taylor Swift, Drake, and Ariana Grande.
After winning at 2022, PSY acknowledges SUGA from BTS in a special way. Awarded by The Fact Music
On October 8, 2022, the Fact Music Awards were held, and the A-listers of K-pop and Korean acting were in attendance. The awards presentation, which started just five years ago, has received a рositive reception from fans and has included musician engagement. It was a glamorous evening with categories for reviewers and fan voting honors.
The category: The Нot Stage award was given to K-pop legend PSY in recognition of his electrifying stage presence and energetic performances. Fans would be able to see during the song’s marketing how influential he can still be as an artist, and how the two magicians’ efforts helped the song become a viral sensation.
The win: He and BTS member SUGA collaborated on the song That That, which he received the Нot Stage of the Year Award for at the 2022 The Fact Music Awards. PSY acknowledged his anxiety about making a long-awaited comeback throughout his address. In his address, he continued by expressing his gratitude to SUGA, “Thank you to one who composed, wrote, featured in the song and the music video of That That, the one who said “Hyung you should go on for 10 more years'” and suggested a great collab to me, thank you to Min Yoongi (BTS’ SUGA’s real 𝚗ame).”
Social media fun: He and BTS member SUGA collaborated on the song That That, which he received the Нot Stage of the Year Award for at the 2022 The Fact Music Awards. PSY acknowledged his anxiety about making a long-awaited comeback throughout his address. In his address, he continued by expressing his gratitude to SUGA.